Category: Reflection

Eighteen and a Half

Well, hello there! Long time no…write? It’s been a few years since I last blogged, and I’ve been away far too long. There are many reasons excuses I could rattle off for why I haven’t invested time in this craft. But, don’t worry, I… Continue Reading “Eighteen and a Half”

Feel It, to Heal It

“…he/she must attend directly to the wound, dig in it, open it up, clean out the dirt, perhaps the pus and infection, dead skin, etc.  So likewise, it’s the same emotionally. We can’t deny, avoid or neglect our hurt. Instead of running away from… Continue Reading “Feel It, to Heal It”

A Living Canvas: God’s Artwork

There’s something about autumn that soothes the soul. Something magical in the reds, yellows, oranges, and browns, as the leaves shake and dance in the chilly air, before floating to the ground. Autumn has always been my favorite season of the year. It’s not… Continue Reading “A Living Canvas: God’s Artwork”

The Courage to Feel

My mind tells me I didn’t know him long enough to be sad, but my heart knows better. Of my grandfather’s 91 years, I knew him only 8. But, I am grateful for the moments we shared. I think it was 2007 when I… Continue Reading “The Courage to Feel”